When I fight, I wear what I want to wear and Hublot has the main spot on my trunks.
Estimates vary but some projections indicate Mayweather could make as much as $200 million from Saturday’s contest, with McGregor collecting around $100 million.
“First of all, I have to just think about Kamegai, and then we are going to do what we always do, you know?” he said.
A relaxed-looking Mayweather meanwhile had earlier encouraged fans to bet on the fight finishing inside 12 rounds. “It’s not really about your size”. It’s over, get over it – you got your a** whooped’.
The Undefeated, ESPN’s platform exploring the intersections of sports, race and culture, will provide extensive coverage of the Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor fight, led by senior culture editor Danyel Smith and writer Justin Tinsley reporting from Las Vegas. But to the man who held five world titles at one time, the answer is quite simple.
Floyd Mayweather Jr, declared: “I am proud of my relationship with Hublot”. Mayweather has been flawless inside the boxing ring, silencing every critic anytime it looked like his undefeated record might be in jeopardy. Put a couple of blokes, who are intent on doing harm to each other, in front of a microphone and the safe money will be on a flurry of insults, chests being thrust and dripping arrogance ruling the roost. The most important thing is taking care of the bills every month.
The last time McGregor weighed in for a fight was for UFC 205 in November 2016.
With just three days to go until the fight, Mayweather’s odds are down to +550 to win.
“We’re looking for a little bit of Mayweather money to balance this out because we have a lot of liability on Conor”, Rood said.
“I just always like to let the fans and the people know Rocky Marciano is a legend”. The rest, as they say, is history.
There is no denying the significance and hype of this weekend’s legendary showdown.
“But when it comes to pure aggression and fighting rules, I can definitely fight, so I don’t mind that”. Listen to the champion himself: “This fight is colossal”.